But in some 20thcentury stigmatists
, the wounds were on their wrists.
If Steele were not such a willng participants in his celebrity, he might elicit pathos as yet another black American stigmatist
, crippled by and brandishing the wounds of racial stratification--Bigger Thomas's alter ego.
In modern times, the phenomenon of bilocation is commonly associated with the Italian Capuchin stigmatist
saint, Padre Pio of San Giovanni Rotondo.
Not a stigmatist
among them and, unlike Francis, many lived to a ripe old age.
Through the intercessory prayers invoked by relatives and friends to the holy stigmatist
, the boy miraculously got well with no trace whatsoever of the sickness.
61) Prophecies about the 'Great Monarch' and of France's unique role in salvation history became extremely popular amongst various legitimist groups which emerged over the course of the nineteenth century and remained alive well into the twentieth century in a dwindling right-wing royalist subculture associated with figures like the Breton stigmatist
Marie-Julie Jahenny (1850-1941) and her great promoter, the self-proclaimed Marquis de La Franquerie (1901-1992).
News that the Vatican had cleared the way for the canonizations of Juan Diego, witness to the appearance of Our Lady of Guadalupe; stigmatist
Padre Pio; and Josemaria Escriva, founder of Opus Dei, met with mixed reactions.
Ann Catherine Emmerich, a German stigmatist
who moved regularly with her angels.